Take a journey with your students through the Rights from the Heart film series. These animated shorts invite us to learn about the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child through moving stories of children worldwide.
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Explore I Love Potatoes with your students! This adventure and strategy game uses humour to tackle sustainable development and social innovation. Yum!
Alanis Obomsawin’s documentaries Trick or Treaty? and Hi-Ho Mistahey! explore the effects of the James Bay Treaty, the validity of oral versus written history, and the availability of quality education for First Nations people. The films look at how the Treaty was negotiated and how Indigenous youth are challenging the government to fulfill its obligations. Here’s an overview of these documentaries with reference to four key concepts.
Teachers can play an essential role in the development of resilience in children by influencing and nurturing the development of skills, attitudes and strategies. Help students turn the stresses of life into opportunities and build resilience with Me and My Moulton.
School is a great setting in which to learn how to express one’s ideas and respect other people’s views. Explore the art of communicating with Big Mouth.
The coming Pan Am Games provide an excellent opportunity to examine with your students the injustice experienced by 10 Indigenous frontrunners in 1967.
Educators: discuss family, love, friendship, fellowship and courage with your students through magical stories and study guides.
Download the Primal study guide designed to guide teachers in the discovery of the scream, a fundamental form of human expression that has often been under-valued or suppressed.
Educators: how can you develop a classroom culture based on trust? Discover an animated short film that can be used as a pedagogical tool.